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Israel Junior International, 12-14/03/2010.

Discussion in '2010 Tournaments' started by dorysan, Nov 8, 2009.

  1. dorysan

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    Wow, interesting... :) I wish Israel and Indonesia can just be friends [politically] so that our players can compete there legally... :p
     
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    your lvl is muuuuuuuuuch higher and probably the first and the 2nd places whore yours :p
    peace and love, let the badminton rule.
     
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    indonesia should side with israel. support israel, alone, in the middle of that region.:cool:
     
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    i suggest world peace.
    religion dont have to be the thing that stops me from playing badminton with top class players world wide
     
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    At least Shahar Peer was able to get into Indonesia for Tennis tournament..thats good news!;)
     
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    hope to be the 2nd Israeli guy in Indonesia.
    just wait to the next Junior team tournament in Indonesia and maybe i will be there :)
     
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    Let us know...:D...make sure you go to Bali after tournament..
     
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    first thing after the tournament is to go eat local FOOD :)
     
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    A little OOT: if RI #1 dares to do that (establish relationship with Israel gov't), I wanna see how the people will respond. :p

    Just wanna know, what are the most favorite sports among Israel people (especially the youngsters)?
    Is badminton one of them?
     
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    NO..(Unfortunately) its soccer...
     
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    Off topic-Why not??..

    ..simply because of what dorysan wrote in post #5???..:confused:
    I mean what did Israel do so bad to Indonesia???..:confused:
     
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    it because we are in conflict with the Palestinians.
    we can't travel to any Arab country except Qatar
     
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    ^^Off topic-Yes, i know (that's quite obvious)..

    ..(a lot to do with what you wrote in post #5)..Anyway, INA not supportive of ISR because of that is somewhat a head-scratcher, isn't it??..:confused::p
     
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    Again, OOT...

    From my point of view, nothing. Not to us, though, to one of their neighbor, actually (just like what dorysan says). And [politically], INA is an ally of their neighbor. So? ;):p

    Personally, I have no problem if any Israeli athletes come to play in Indonesia...
     
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    ^^Off topic-Egg-zachary..^^

    ..a head-scratcher, ain't it??..To an extent a stupid reason, eh??..:p
     
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    You're very welcome to come here and compete... [just take care of your entrance pass somehow, hehehe :p] Every year we have:
    • 9 National Circuits, 4+ Tournaments held by private sponsors... all have U-19 competition for BS-GS-BD-GD-XD...
    • 1 formal BWF Junior tournament [Tangkas Alfamart Indonesia Junior International]...
    • 1 unofficial tournament just for MD held by Candra Wijaya...
    International players are welcome to join any of the tournaments I mention above. ;)

    Beware... If you don't eat in a clean dining place, you might get stomach ache and become unable to play afterwards... :p

    Soccer is the top sport viewed, played, and followed in INA too. But we're just not good at it... :eek: Badminton is the #2 most viewed and played... we tend to do pretty good in Badminton... ;)

    That's the thing, Chris... Israel didn't do anything to Indonesia, Indonesia didn't do anything to Israel either....... :p

    Exactly! ;) That's exactly the same reason why Indonesia & Israel do not have any diplomatic relationship. Because it is 'popular' for INA politicians to side with the Palestinians... 'Unpopular' to side with Israel... :eek:

    Yup. Agree...



    I believe one day Israel and Indonesia will shake hands and as symbolic friendly gestures, Israel & Indonesia can have several sports matches in 3 different sports:
    • 1 soccer match between the respective national teams; Israel should win.
    • 5 badminton matches in badminton [in Sudirman Cup format]; Indonesia should win.
    • 10 more match in atletics [100 m dash men-women, 4x100m relay, men-women, 400 m dash men-women, 5000 m middle distance men-women, Marathon-run men-women]; I've no idea who will win, both Israel and Indonesia are not that good at athletics... :p then it should be fun, hehehe...
     
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    i should send an Email with the following question if i can get an (sportsman) visa.. maybe insted of going to Germany it will be Indonesia :)
     
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    wow! the visa are so pricey! 270$ and you have to be in a 5 man group + 1 non-Israeli passport owner...
     
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    Off topic-Yeah..


    • ..don't you think it's a stupid reason because of that??..:confused::p
      Imagine the business and economic opportunity for INA to have a relation with Israel.:cool:
      Hmm, as for one day ISR & INA will shake hands (diplomatically & politically), actually i believe they could do so, **RIGHT NOW** if they want to & throw all their "silly prejudice" aside (esp. on the INA side).
      Unfortunately, they won't do so for the above reasons you mentioned......a head scratcher, ain't it??..
      ..INA govt. charges a U.S. citizen $35 (last time i checked) for a visa.
     
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